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Regarding his first impression of Hitler, Chamberlain commented: “In spite of the hardness and ruthlessness I thought I saw in his face, I got the impression that here was a man who could be relied upon when he had given his word.”
Before leaving England for his final trip to Germany to secure what he would infamously call “peace for our time” Chamberlain declared: “When I was a little boy, I used to repeat, ‘If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again.’ That’s what I am doing.”
Winston Churchill, who succeeded Chamberlain, saw right through Hitler’s duplicity all along, but he was not listened to until it was too late. He said: “Poor Neville Chamberlain believed he could trust Hitler. He was wrong.”
The parallels between Hitler and the leaders of the current Iranian regime are too many to disregard. They are pathological liars driven by hatred and a megalomaniacal belief in the righteousness of their cause no matter how many innocent lives are lost in the process. Yet Ban appears to believe that he can trust the word of Ahmadinejad and Khamenei if they somehow were to positively respond to his entreaties. He is as wrong as Chamberlain was.
Hitler described the Jews as viruses infecting the health and purity of the supremacist German nation. The only solution, Hitler believed, was to remove them from the face of the earth. Ayatollah Khamenei used a similar analogy in describing the Jewish state of Israel as a “tumor” that must be removed in order to advance the supremacist Islamic ummah.
“I believe today that I am acting in the sense of the Almighty Creator,” said Hitler in 1936. “By warding off the Jews I am fighting for the Lord’s work.”
Iranian President Ahmadinejad declared that the Iranian Islamic revolution’s “main mission is to pave the way for the reappearance of the 12th Imam, the Mahdi.” The Supreme Leader Khamenei fancies himself as the deputy on earth of the 12th Imam, whom he has claimed to have met. The 12th Imam can only come out of hiding and create a safe, just world under Islamic rule after chaos has first engulfed the world and the Jewish state is destroyed. Once Iran has nuclear arms, it will be in a position to ignite the war and ensuing chaos that are precisely what its leaders want to hasten the arrival of the 12th Imam.
“Iran practices international terrorism, subjugates women, persecutes minorities, rapes dissidents, rigs elections, denies the Holocaust, and disregards UN resolutions to halt its illegal nuclear weapons program. Mr. Ban’s visit wrongly hands legitimacy and propaganda points to the forces of repression in Tehran, and their chief ally in Damascus,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of UN Watch, an independent human rights organization.
In sum, Ban Ki-moon, like Neville Chamberlin before him, is being used as a pawn by an evil regime.
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